Look Out Sunshine!

Album: Here We Stand (2008)
Charted: 70
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  • Well look out sunshine, here they go
    They got yesterday's heroes and last night's clothes
    You're a game, oh boy, judging by the way you walk
    But there's no use telling me to leave
    I've seen a half of dozen goals but I don't believe
    I'm a cynical 'con and I'm much to lazy to change

    And I tell my friends I'll be around
    Care in no where, sleeping somewhere
    With a girl I dreamed, oh yeah
    I'll sing my old song
    How does it go?
    Look out sunshine
    It's the punch line
    No one cares you anymore

    Well look out sunshine, here they come
    But they only play for money
    Your band on the run
    It's a sell out show
    That no one wants to go to, yeah

    But there's no so blindness but they don't agree
    Steal the money from your papas
    So most vicious leave
    Oh boy, we are much to crazy to change

    And I tell my friends I'll be around
    Care in no where, sleeping somewhere
    Where oh can our dream go... yeah
    I'll sing my old song
    How does it go?
    Look out sunshine
    It's the punch line
    No one cares you anymore

    But what do you mean?
    You where born to love this scene
    And they'll string you up gladly
    You're just to lazy to be

    Tell my friends... I'll be around...

    I tell my friends I'll be around
    Care in no where, sleeping somewhere
    With a girl I dreamed, oh yeah
    I'll sing my old song
    How does it go?
    Look out sunshine
    It's the punch line
    No one cares you anymore

    No one needs you anymore...
    No one cares you anymore... Writer/s: JOHN LAWLER
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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